Delhi Township Police Department

Stations & Divisions

Police Building
Police Headquarters - 934 Neeb Road
Rapid Run Sub-Station - 6321 Rapid Run
Delshire Sub-Station - 4460 Glenhaven Road

 

Divisions

Office of the Chief

The Delhi Township Police Department is administered by the Office of the Chief. The Chief of Police has the overall responsibility to see that the mission of the Police Department is accomplished. The Chief is responsible for the attainment of new personnel, their training, and the direction under which they perform their duties. The Chief appoints all new officers under the authority of section 505.49 of the Ohio Revised Code.

The Chief is appointed by the Delhi Township Board of Trustees. The Chief reports to the Township Administrator, the Board of Trustees and ultimately to the citizens of Delhi Township. The present Chief of Police is James A Howarth. If you have any comments, suggestions, concerns, or would like to discuss any other issues, you are encouraged to contact the Chief via email, telephone (513-922-0060), or in writing at the address listed below.

Patrol/Administration Division

Headed by Lt. Jeff Braun, Commander, the Patrol/Administration Division is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the uniform section of the Police Department. The Patrol Division is divided into three squads, each headed by a Sergeant Squad Leader and a Corporal Assistant Squad Leader. They provide the marked Police patrol units that are on duty 24 hours a day. The Patrol Division responds to approximately 15,000 radio runs per year.

Police Cruiser

Located within the Patrol Division are the Bicycle unit, Traffic Safety unit, Motor Unit, and the Alcohol Testing unit. The division provides patrol in the traditional marked patrol vehicles as well as foot and unmarked patrol. The diversity of coverage enables officers to go almost everywhere and, in many cases, those places where the criminal is least likely to expect them.

The Division investigates approximately 700 accidents per year. The Traffic Safety team consists of three certified Auto Accident Reconstructionists. All marked patrol units also carry Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) and respond to cardiac emergencies applying life-saving techniques as quickly as possible.

The Delhi Township Motor Unit was active in the late 1990’s early 2000. At that time the Police Department operated two three-wheeled motorcycles purchased from the Cincinnati Police Department. The program ended after the cost of repairing the units was much greater than the benefit of their use. In 2009 the Motor Unit was revitalize by Police Chief Jim Howarth. In April, the township purchase their first two-wheeled motorcycle - a 2009 Harley Davidson. Corporal Frank Gentile became the first two-wheeled motorcycle rider for the Township of Delhi. Corporal Gentile was chosen as the result of his experience as a motorcycle rider. He has attended both the Harley Davidson motorcycle course sponsored by Northwestern and a training course sponsored by the Cincinnati Police Department. Corporal Gentile continues his training monthly with the Cincinnati Police Department along with other agencies in the tri-state area.

The motorcycle is utilized for traffic enforcement and vehicle collision investigations as well as regular patrol duties.

Police Motorcycle

On December 13th, 2009 the Police Department welcomed their newest officer “Luger” to the department. Luger joined the department becoming the first patrol, crossed trained, canine the department has ever had. After the completion of an extensive 14 week training period sponsored by the Cincinnati Police Department and the acquisition of a state certification, Luger and handler, Officer Bill Roberts, are regularly patrolling the streets of Delhi.

The acquisition of Luger was made possible through a generous donation by the Matt Haverkamp Foundation. Without their generous donation, and other private donations, the acquisition would not have been possible. Other donations include the Delhi Civic Association, the Delhi Business Association, and the Kiwanis Club of Riverview/Delhi Hills.

Police Motorcycle
Investigation Division

Headed by Lt. Joe Macaluso, the Investigation Division is responsible for the investigation of any criminal activity that occurs in Delhi Township. The Division is composed of one Lieutenant, two Detectives, and a property manager. The division has the responsibility of collecting evidence, preserving evidence, and providing expert testimony in the court of law.

Along with the investigation of all reports, this Division is responsible for covert investigations, intelligence gathering, the processing of evidence, and background investigations. The School Resource Officer is also assigned to this division. The School Resource Officer (SRO) is currently serving the students and faculty in six schools throughout the Delhi Community.

If you have any information about ongoing investigations or criminal activity you can contact this Division, or call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

CrimeStoppers
If you have any information about a crime in Delhi Township,
please call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.
You can remain anonymous and you can receive cash for clues.
Support Services

The Support Services Division is responsible for services that support the Police Department in its attempt to accomplish its mission. This Division is composed of civilian non-sworn staff and maintains all records, reports, and documentation that occurs in the day-to-day operation of the Police Department. Support Services maintains the Headquarters Desk and provides daily assistance to citizens with their reporting needs. They maintain copies of reports and provide them to citizens upon request.

This Division maintains the Police Department's daily link to the community by providing telephone and walk-in service at Police Headquarters from 8:00am to 10:00pm Monday thru Friday. Copies of reports can be obtained at a cost of $1.00 per report.

The Support Services Division is headed by Mrs. Linda Stoffran and a team of four additional clerical positions. You can contact Mrs. Stoffran via email, telephone (513-922-0060), or in writing at the address listed below.

Delhi Township Police Department
James A. Howarth, Chief
934 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, OH  45233
(513) 922-0060 Office • (513) 922-0127 Fax
Office Hours: 8:00am - 10:00pm M-F
24 Hour Patrol Coverage
For general information, send email to:
police@delhi.oh.us

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